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Chester Times (Newspaper) - October 11, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania GIVE ime S8TH 17720 Dally Leased wire Hcnorts of United Press UP and International News Service INS FINAL EOITLOJ With AH Utet and Best News of the Day JOHNSON RAPS STRIKES UNDER NRAJNJPEECH Administrator Says They Are Needless in Roose velt Program Tells Labor Convention Nation Cannot Stand Another Collapse Organized labor Constitutes the na tions principal prop against another economic collapse in the opinion of Recovery Administrator Hugh S Johnson In full evening regalia because of a dinner engagement at the White House Johnson faced the convention of the American Federation of Labor iast night with a plea that it prevent another breakdown by wise use of power We cannot stand another collapse he told the labor leaders You are the principal props against collapse You cannot escape your responsibil ity Johnson was cheered repeatedly Labor does not need to strike un der the Roosevelt plan he said The plain stark truth Is that you cannot tolerate the strike If the whole power of this government and its peopla is be ing given to an effort to provide and maintain to the ultimate the nghts of every man who works for permit or countenance economic sab otage public confidence and opinion will turn against you and tne turn will be either to the extreme right or the extreme left and cither would re sult in your destruction1 Johnson bluntly denounced the ten per centers of both industry and labor who he said were attempting to thwart the national recovery pro gram To illustrate this criticism he spoke of the ininority of bitu minous coal operators and minority of miners blocking full effectiveness of the coalcode Quoting economic authority to show that recovery movements always bring labor troubles Johnson said that there are far fewer strikes in this recovery than in any other in history If that means anything It means that the illinformed and inimical chatter about the recovery program baing responsible for strikes is just plain nonsense he said We will find our way out of this mess not by smashing down what CHESTER PA WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 11 1933 ENIGMATIC MONA BEERY Some mes called the goofiest art society in the world the Scanh nh recently held its annual lake art exhibit at Detroit Here is one of ho prominentexhibits and its creator Floyd Nixon on Da Vincis masterpiece and u cVlJed features of the screen star hem used t RAGONE GUILTY AS CHILD SLAYER Faces Uife Imprisonment May Be Committed to Insane Asylum Continued on Page Ten A F OF L BACKS THE 30HOUR WORK WEEK WASHINGTON Oct The thirtyhour week without reduc tion of pay was endorsed by a unani mous vote today by the American Federation of Labor convention The federations executive commit tee was instructed to fight for re vision of every industrial code to contain a provision for the sixhour day and fiveday week Ths report of the committee on shorter hours declared the 30hour work week was the only means of overcoming the unemployment prob lem and conquering the depression Tribute was paid to President Roosevelt for his rare courage and clear vision in instituting the NRA must adapt itself to the new social and economic situation to offset the efficacy of machinery and accept the conse quences the report stated Preident William Green after adoption of the report declared the action was of transcendant import ance Justice Is Declare Parents Boy Immediately after the jury had found Richard Ragone guilty of murdering their nineyearold son Vilham Jr the father and mother declared they were fully satis fied with the outcome of the trial We had heard of the kind of justice given in Delaware county and now we are satisfied that it done exclaimed William Reilly sr His wife attired in mourning nodded assent The Reilly family lives at 1530 south Fiftyeighth street Philadel phia ircLRagone 16vear oW West Philadelphia boy is guilty of murder m the first degree and will be im prisoned for life This is the verdict rendered bv a jury of 12 men late yesterday after noon after hearing the testimony since Monday morning By their verdict the jury declared they be lieved Ragone was sane when he jabbed an icepick 41 times into the breast of William Reilly Jr nine in a lonely part of Mount Moriah cemetery m the borough of Yeadon on June 23 last Defense counsel asked for Ragones j acquittal on the grounds of Insanity is a very proper one a fii i MANY PARTIES ARE PREEMPTED Petition of Lone Independ ent for County Office May Be Rejected AIR LINER BLAST IN MIDAIR KILLS 7 AS IT CRASHES Three of ew and Pas songers Victims Flames Burn Bodies Plane Flying From Cleve land to Chicago Within 50 Miles of Destination CHESTERTON Ind Oct 11 PRICETWO CENTS COLLINGDALE CHIEF OF POLICE DENIESCHARGES Given Hearing Before Bor ough Council Following Residents Complaints Women Accuse Him of Intoxication and Using Profane Language Cha of intoxication and vjiiuefi fill ijines Chief of PolW A n i passenger plane crashing lo earth I were publtelv at a session of carrying seven persons to death t council lutting until mld Tlirec members of the crew and Tno charges were mtulc four passengers aboard the United Un opcn onilng following Air Lines silver monoplane NO Jrnnsnctlon of business largely n were killed by the crash nnd their tlnc ln bodies burned beyond possible recog nition by names that reduced the ship to a charred mass of wreckage i Names of the victims as taken from tne passenger list of the air line were H R Tarrant Chicago pilot A T Ruby Chicago copilot Alice Schreibncr Chicago steward ess H R Burris Columbus O radio operator passenger Miss E M Dwycr Arlington Mass a passenger E Smitt Chicago a passenger Fred Schoendorff Chicago a nas senger The charges were mtulc at open henrlng following the rou The group of women representd by R Paul Lcssynn nllorncv and In cluding Mrs Knthryn Gpiioonhnrh Knthryn Gpiigcnbnch 241 puscy avenue Mrs J TlUcrmavv 210 Puscy nvenuc Mrs Daisy Slew art 117 Rhodes n venue mid Mrs Berate Brobston 103 Juliana terrace testified in substance trim on the morning of October 1 approxlinntclv between and a m thry stood on the corner opposite iv tnv room nt 701 MacDade boulevard awaiting for Parkin who is a mem ber of council to come out of the taproom having heard that he m there and wanted to sec him come out PAINTER FALLS DEAD AT WORK Seined with a stroke of paralysis tlus morning nbout 11 oclock while painting a house at Fifth street nnd Concord avenue next door to the plant of the Glauser Lumber Com pany William Temple ei Of Washington street fell dcnd to the ground Noramn Johnson an employe of the board of hcnllli who wns passing at the time picked up Temple Placed him in his automobile nnd took him to the Chester Hospital where physicians thc opinion that the man hnd ctirri be fore he had struck thc yard in front of lie house on which he had bcu working HP wns piiintinp near the top of the house when seized with the fatal attack PRAISESLOCAL ROTARY CLUB E Wallace Chad wick Gives Timely Talk at Luncheon Meeting Attorney E Wallace Chadwick speaking yesterday before his fellow rtotsirinns nt their weekly luncheon WnfhV1 thP Chcstcr Clib 51 Welsh street gave an interesting uik In support of the Rotary movement suggesting sovcrn o uscr Chicago was within 50 miles of its goal when an explosion occurred It slipped out of control at an altitude of about 1000 feet and shot toward earth at a terrific speed United Air Lines officials made an examination before the mass of twisted steel had cooled but were unable to determine the cause of the Although petitions have been filed of what had been one of the with the prothonotary at Media to most their fleet of planes The plane flying from Cleveland to Wllcn he cld so the testimony of preempt the names of 26 new parties for the general election or November There had been no report of trouble front the ship Ths Rlane left Cleveland at 1 1 u wn vuiailU ilt D 0 I mere is only one under which a i Prn EST and passed over Toledo candidate has filed for a countywide1 on timc Onlv a minutes office Joseph Carson of Clifton Heights filed for jury commissioner on the Roosevelt huf tuit jvi u beorc the crash the periodic radio but there is doubt whether his petition will ba accepted by the county commissioners Mr Carson who is a jury commissioner at present obtained the required 1506 Farmers near where the plane plummeted to earth reported they heard an explosion and saw names Continued on Page Eleven paper attached to the printed peti tion County Solicitor Albert J Williams has questioned the legality of thpetition when all of the signa tures wore not on regular printed N BOOKINGS GAINED IN SEPT forms The signers of the paper preempt ing the name of the Roosevelt Party were Daniel J Sweeneyof 123 Madison avenue Patrick F Mc Namee of 13 Edgemont avenueEd ward P Gallon of 24 Maple avenue and Martin B Nugent of 124 Church Baldwin Locomotive Works one made public today that the company and its subsidiaries booked si281000 of new business in September This compares with 5501000 in SeptembDr 1932 The September bookings were the largest of any month this year except June when they totaled Book ings for the first nine months of this mors avenue Media street all of Clifton Heights and year werc 57514000 against Joseph F Murray of 141 East Baltii m the corresponding period of last year Consolidated shipments of the company in September amounted to compared with in September 1932 while for the first No candidates were filed for the Independent Party or the Blue Eagle Party whose preemption pennons had designated they were for the use of candidates for county nins months of the year the ship wida offices j mcnts necresated S5 RPS nrni aotiinf Rpregated S5395000 The only preemption In this city S8938000 in the like period of last and the best for the boy and for wns for thc Nprtham for Alderman vear dcclared Judge Albert Dutton Parti the petition signed by voters i Unfilled orders on the comcanys books ns of September 30 1933 to tal 3d S4124000 MacDadc after the 12 jurymen rmin i ai6 5hC eclucst 0 defense counsel had each answered Guilty Continued on Page Ten SPECIAL OBSERVANCE Columbus Day will be obsarved to morrow in St Anthonys parish Special services will be held in the church on Third street near Frank lin street tomorrow evening at 730 oclock which will be followed by a reception in thc parish hall Several prominent speakers will be heard during the evening HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY United Press normal but the jury was life 1m TIMELY DISCOVERY MADE BY MOTORMAN then a new trial t altogether believes he S continued If death had been out would have granted G27000 on January i 1933 and with on September 30 1932 thc quartet ugrocd Parkin accosted the women and asked them what in hell they wanted To whichthey are said to have replied we wanted to SEC you The women swore that Parkin stumbled over the curb and that they smcllcd the odor of drink on him Mrs Gengcnbach nsscrtiiiR that she was positive he was drunk Witnesses said they felt they should have more protection in the section of the borough In which they resided nnd testified that there were four policemen three in uniform standing near the corner while they were there and that thc police car was also parked there President of council Samuel A Jackson presided at the hearing and Morton Z Paul borough solicitor represented Parkin Mr Jackson stated that the reason the police were on the corner was that it was one mans regular beat on Saturday night and one or two werc stationed in the neighborhood because of rackets or fights in the locality Mrs Stewart said in her testimony that the women with Mrs Georgo Rea of Sharon Hill accompanying trw M the World ns a stimulus to the members lowarri community service for which the club wns founded Mr Chadwick one of Hie carlv members of thc local Rotary dub traced some of the clubs history nnd tod of the slowing down of kncn rd nftcr tilc period nnd explained how interest had been stimulated bv the appointment of all the younger members to temporary offices in the club and the division of the club into age groups The club wns praised for the man ner In which it has survived the storm or hard times with the loss of oniy n few members whose absence WM regretted by the speaker Mr Chadwick praised the club for Us Continued 011 Page Eleven MISSING FLIER SAFE IN CHICAGO A telegram Informing Philadelphia navy yard officials that he Imd been kidnaped in this city Friday night and released In Chicago Monday after being robbed was received at the yard last night from Harold V Westphal missing airplane pilot The telegram sixhl all Wcslphals money had been taken and asked of ficials at the navy yard to wire in struct ons care of A C Caldwell 624 East 112th street Chicago Lieutenant Commander J Lar son snid he had ordered Westphal to tne UUy recruiting office in Chicago Commander Larson said JERSEY CITY N J Oct 11UP XlrtatuS OTvXWSlE An alleged sabotage plot to ruin Westphal disappeared FridaynWit trucks in Interstate Commerce was lcnvlnK the United Service Mens id few hours later his wife Continued on Taje Ten FIVE ARRESTED FOR ALLEGED SABOTAGE EXBOOTLEGGER SOBS ON STAND AHACKSMCLURE Jacob Bruner Undergoing Crossexamination Breaks Down When Questioned on Mort gage He Is Jobless and Penniless and Heart Is Broke Court Orders Night Witnesses Continue Tales of Graft Assess ments and of Police John Vance Mum on Stand Federal court proceedings in Phil or three months until I made up my ndclphia where 73 from this county I fine of which was tire on trial for conspiracy were dis rupted this morning when Jncob Brunei C1ycnrokl government wit ness broke down during crossexam ination nnd pointing n shaking finger at Senator John J McClure cx cltiimcd There Is thc mnnwlio ruined me him and Andy Frank thnts him thnt Rcntlemnn who calls himself a Senator from Pennsyl vania Thc dramatic outburst cnme when former Judge Jnmcs Qny Gordon sr was crossexamining Bnmer on some nnnncinl concerned WKII he foreclosure of mortsngo upon n hotel property which Bruner M ci bec11 solcl to by notified police A note purported believed thwarted today with the rest of five men hero been used to rum trucks whose owners were in volvcd in the strike Cnmdcn N j and Trenton N j it was believed Those arrested were identified as Geyer 31 Peter Zampelln AGAINST TRUCK John Czsck 10 of 221 Wilson street we con 11UU ViUIl scientiously have S2nt this boy to the electric chair If he had been declared insane he might later have been Continued on Page Eleven CARS DRIVERS UNINJURED by M i District fii2 companies were called wa5 treated at the Chester out shorty before 2 a m today to evening about 530 oclock for extinguish an incipient blaze in the a bruised ankle an iniurv suffered CCllar of a mn 1 vVton Itri tnr i Jersey City 26 Joseph Pestrak 25 and John Gluckowsky 21 all of Trenton BRIDGE DYNAMITED IN STRIKE DISPUTE IN DAVIS TRIAL NEW YORK Oct the of Pcnnsyl the defense rested Senator James vnnia on charges of Federal lottery laws Thc defense of Theodore G Miller codefendant rested previously Brief testimony was all tiiat re before the summations and juage s charge to thc jury I nm unemployed sobfbcd Bru ner Where can n man 04 yours old secure a Job This morning when I left home I did not have 15 cents to give my wife to purchase food Bruner resides nt 309 West Second street For several ycnrs he con ducted a hotel on West Third street near the bridge over Chester River and yesterday and today admitted he conducted n spenkcnsv When Bruner wns trying la calm himself after his outburst this morn ing Attorney Gordon asked thc court to restrain the witness Judge Welsh replied If a witness in this case hns strong feelings about the defendant the defense attorneys lay themselves open to such out bursts by their cross examination I cannot restrain a man whose emo tions nre so obviously affected There fore I overrulp your motion Attorney Gordon then asked Bruner Did you ever threaten you would get even with McOlurc No I never made ihnt remark I am not that kind of a man My reputation for 04 years will bear wit ness and prove what I said is true At the end o the dramatic scene Defense Attorney Connor motioned thc court to withdraw n juror and continue thc trial but was overruled It wns exactly 10JO oclock this morning when Special Prosecutor Keycs turned the witness over to the defense for crossexamination Brunei had testified at length upon coining to Chester purchasing n hotel from McClurc and opening a speakeasy He ol had SP and ad several times in the Mercer N J Federal prison Upon crossexamination he mittcd ho Iwd been arrested four or five times for liquor law violations Federal agents and State police mak ing the arrests Brunrr declared he had never been arrested before he came to Chester cellar of a fvostory dwelling ai 912 i vhen he ran against aiJparkrdm k PITTSBURGH Oct The was cxnctS tTbo 1 1C Chester Upland street Firemen believed the on Wilson street near Second ownd and renewed picketing toi thc hands of he iurv Atr nd ncvcr bccn in a court blaze was caused bv an nvrrhPat0ri bv Luiei Tnrrmr of non day brought a setbank tr Jurj mtc todaJ or fore n judge or a maeistrale until T i ui4 vi IF w wUJItl iJ i i o nj jm JlLi blaze was caused by an overheated by Luigi lacona of 820 West Sixth y a setback to the backI tomorrow furnace the excessive heat igniting a street Joseph Mesco of Second and i movement in western Penn partition the boy in his The fire was discovered by a trolley automobile and took him to the hoT si it n v n n r il TTI i mv t i coa fields car operator of thc Upland street line of the P R T who turned in an alarm from Box 154 at Ninth and Upland streets The flames were quickly extinguished pital where hs was treated and dis charged f PARK Bntanna Graverson of CARDINAL TO OFFICIATE The historic Jacobs Creek foot and AT LAUREL Ace James Salkcld Rock Sun Weather clear track fast AT PARK Dancer St Nazaire Try Fair Informal Indian Salute In Par Enigmatic Booms Pal Landovcr Pantaloons Blessed Event Dewcy Fly Charlcigh Grand I nncc Ep Miss Marr Interpreter Happen Brains Biily Jones Gyro Shadow Miss Weather clear track slow Larchwood avenue Bywood wore damaged slightly n a collision jterday afternoon at the intersection of Seventh and Madisonstreets Deling east on Bsv was eotag street when the vehicles collided Both drivers agr to a settlement for damages and arrests were made no PEDESTTRIAN STRUCK BY AUTOMOBtLE James Legg of ion McDowell street suffered brush burns of the arm and leg last night when he was struck by an automobile operated by L Holtzhauser of 112 Eaf Fortysecond street Wilmington Del Rt the intersection of Melrose and COUNCIL MEETING I 1 HUHV4V UHV 1UW HH phia willI be in Chester Sunday after bridge was still possible noon and will bless the new altar of HAD FAITH JN BOOT River near Banning of 2cnn5 Schonour didnt have faith the Pittsburgh Coal Company sc lnc nld nls Iifcs savings of blown up by dynamite this a rubber boot Replaced thc Nn Damage was i nk in a five months over the go and bclievcd safe Today the over me bool s sUn jn thc i ons was injured considerable but foot In a session devoted almost en Rv E Pauksta the pastor of tircly to the transaction of routine Chester Lithuanian Church will isi business Ridley Park council in I s121 the Cardinal in thc dedication Tilc FORD EDGEWATER PLANT OPERATING fore a Judge or a magistrate came to Chester He went on to explain under ex amination that his first arrest was on Good Friday 1922 by Federal agents his second arrest was a year later but could not remember the date pointing out his former counsel John E McDpnough in the court room as one who would be likelyto remember the date money is gone Zenas ToesnTknow Connor insisted on further dates of who got it is arrests to which Bruner replied 1 would have to have a big to PINCHOT NAMES COMMITTEE j remember all of them monthly session last night passed on i services second reading an ordinance for the I T installation of n sewer in the RiverI S TREASUHY BALANCE view section1 of thc borough plant of the Ford The meeting was comparatively j brief adjournment being made at I 10 oclock President John J presided Oct as of Oct 9 SI147 Motor Co where several hundred a T aiS Bruncr tolcl last arrest which last summer said his Pinchot today hotel was not being operated that he to study thc pro had made some homebrewed beer ui1 v ovinu Deer men arc on strike announced S5stcm of thc commonwealth for his own use Someone told the tnvrinv Mint nnn Tt alll nionf TH IUIU lnc tcrday that 200 men were added to U wil1 mcet hcrc on October 25 the 600 already at work it said this brought the working force to the full number required for production According to the I was called MORE TEACHERS STRIKE SCRANTONTpa Oct Federal agents and they came to mv place and destroyed the bottles In the Federal Court Gordon then quizzed Bruneiabout he foreclosing of the mortgage on the hotel property Bruneiexplained I was called to the office of Klngslcy Montgomery mid WHS told I would have to pay on tie morlgnge and Interest I nskcd Where will I get the money11 At this Juncture Bruner went to pieces He pleaded with Cordon Dont question mo farther Bruneibegan sobbing then catch e sight of Senator McClurc broka out with his denunciation concluding with My hcnrt is broken Faint and ncnr collapse following Uie ordenl through which he had passed Bruner was assisted to the corridor where he wns seated and Riven a glass of water the Court de New Viliicsses When Court reconvened Harry S Dunn former draftsman in the city hghway department Identified a map n of Chester as one pre paicd by him from nn original map of thc city On the exhibit were va r ous colored pins designating loca tions 01 speakeasies beer drops rum ULUI ULUjJa rum disorderly houses pin designated the eighth fioor of the Crozer Building Attorney Connorfor defense of fered an objection to the introduction 01 the map and was overruled Howard Grubb former member ol the Chester police department was next witness Hestatedthat leaving the police department was employed as bartender for the he Hugh Hnrp Boyle and afterward as a guard at the Chester brewery Sec ond and Palmer streets employed you asked Keyes John McCarty replied Grubb Who paid you was the next query The bookkeeper Peter Bemard Did you know Ezeklel Parker Yes said Grubb he was one of the owners In your duties as guard did you ever do any work In Philadelphia asked Keyes Trailed U S Agents Grubb replied In the affirmative saying that his Job was to stand in front of the Prohibition offlcas and watch the movements of Prohibition agents What do you rncnn by that asked thc prosecutor Well replied the witness when three or four agents cams out it was my Job to note the license number of their cnr and to follow them If they went out of Philadelphia I called thc brewery and gave whoever answered thc license number At this juncture Judge Welsh asked the witness if he had a memorandum Continued on Page Tea SHOWERS PROBABLE IN AREA TOMORROW Partly cloudy skies are predicted today with showers and rising tem perature tomorrow in Eastern Penn sylvania New Jersey Delaware and Maryland Thc highest temperature here yes terday was 66 degrees at p m and ths lowest was 53 degress at a in The average of 60 was normal Connor then switched to another for the date but six degrees below line of attack pressing Bruner on i average October 10 last year tunir Vifi 1 J j jj j i ii 1 I I lj xj The strike of school teachers in thl w y lad Peadcci not RUllty at Maximum temperature for the date area for back salaries spread to Mpdvaaftcr n state police raid when Us 83 establLshed in 1914 and mini subsequently he had been found puilty mum 36 in 1895 Jcssup today oyed Persons Register at FederalOffice FOUR GOLFERS CANT BE WRONG The dufier of a Long Is land foursome sliced the ball way to left At that moment a hunter in nearby field fired his shotgun missed a rabbit hit the ball which suddenly flying 67 yards to the right rolled gracefully into the winning cup as seen alike by four golfers A miracle But selling goods through a clarified ad in Chester Times is daily oc currence This one did Complete x th a new cotton mattress S59S c buffet rn taken to the offics of Dr Francis p Miller 315 East Broad street whre furies giVEn trealmcnt in BOYS FOOT BRUISED FLORIDA VOTES 41 FOR REPEAL When he ran in thc rear of an automobile being backed out o a garage at the rear of the proartv o2a Etemore place yesterday after noon Thomas Foley 9 of 812 Elsinorc Place a rear wheel passed over his left foot Mary Poole owner of the car took the boy to the Chester Hos pital where it was found he had suffered general bruises She said surfed tan thS VehiCle as THREE SUSPECTS llELD The only case heard by Magistrate Honan in police court this mornnV was that of three young mn wnl arrested about 430 a m af Front and Broomall streets as su picious characters Thev were Louis Gordon 28 of the 8200 block HoS hwlUCT Cook23 of the WOO block Lyons avenue and Francis Howdershell 20 of the 79001 block Brewstcr avenue Philadflphis held them fo Is 33d of 36 States sary to Kill Prohibition Amendment proxunately 2600 unemployed persons representing more than 117 trade and labor classifications and reaching into practically every known field of such classifications the authorities of the Federal Employment offices in the old of the em ploying public to assist in making success if every householder indus trialist and merchant and other em ployer docs his share to help those who eager to find a job Mr White said It is our desire to make every potential employer in this county fully realize that this agency is set up as an exchange of cm CHILD HEALTH CENTER REPORT by a jury Bruner refused a direct i Sunrise toctay was at 607 a nt answer to this i and sunset will be at 528 p m Finally Bruner showing signs of Eastern Standard time increasing nervousness said farther you go thc worse I feel Dont TALK TTTROT try to confuse me I am here trying v A1 AJ JUrvUK to tell the truth Connor then asked how he had given the government agents his statement on the present investiga tion OUSTED FROM CASE A talkative Juror today almost dis rupted trial In Philadelphia of the government that First TALLAHASSEE Fla Oct fUPApproval of only three steles j EE Wh Aff h K ri j t u i Hc Kaicl hc toolc tn Marked by Good Attendind went into details ancc of Members themployment aency work carried Thc nrst Health Center was he of the Child last June under subpena to tell iiLui wa1 Aiondav iy LCU at the headquarters 1014wna he knew Keyes told him We He also stressed with emphasis the Bruner told of meeting Myron Cat suit Countersuit between the fey U S agent and a companion on I Automobile Company ot I the street and refused to talk to P111adelphia and the Ford Motor them when asked by Cafley to make ComPany of Detroit Jude HarrV S McDcvitt termed tlie juror Meredith Jacs unfif1 and with the agreement of oppos ing counsel allowed the case to pro ceed with only H jurors Jack was heard expressing an opin ion on the case at adjournment lata yesterday afternoon He said he took them to his home what he kncv1 of the local racket i CafTey wrote the statement nnd I it said Bruner The witness The Weather lo to work Seven states vote Nov 7 and they y bc eomPIcteIv realized as a are expected to seal thc doom of the 18th Amendment Repeal will not become effective until Dec 5 when the 36th state holds its ratification i Continued on Eleven During thc period 545 visits were homes 403 baby books were UP th6 Amendment can become a part of the Constitution United Press tabulations from 833 precincts of the States 1275 pre cincts gave ths repealists a lead of BOY CYCLISTS MISHAP George Thompson 14 son of Mr Mar first IN GOVERNMENT HOSPITAL for the period Frank Clyde Starr and his brother of cases referred to doc Colonel Clprpnrr T 5trr Starr motored iic r uio iiuiiiucr oi cases reicrrcQ ic cus Hook road Twin Oaks sustained to Washington D C yesterday to tors 80 children under doctors injuries of the leg when he collided visit Cadet P Clyde Starr Jr who is 83 made 32 numb Rei i Was introduced street about three came to Chester him on thc after I care number of Jl 1Jfll Continued on Pape Eleven I House reads with an automobile driven by George a patient in the Walter Rccd Hosnital frofcrrcd ospitals 44 num i pital for the past month Continued on Paje Eleven sylvania Partly cloudy slightly warmer tonifflit Thursday partly cloudy followed by showers In aftcr or at night with rain lac tonight or Thurs nd cast por eser When did vou can at hU office in day Warmfr in the Crozer Building i I cant remember Was it before or after you went to the Federal Penitentiary rt was after Didn t McClure tell you not io1 8 B m S1 1 p m Pay protection j 9 a m St 2 p m he told me not to pay for two tions Ion i flit TODAYS TEiUPIiRATURFS 6 a m43 II a m53 117 49 Noon 53 10 a m 53 ;